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2017-07-14Fix the remaining http_SUITE test casesLoïc Hoguin
2017-07-12Fix a few of the older testsLoïc Hoguin
2017-07-12Remove tests for set_resp_body with a stream funLoïc Hoguin
2017-07-12Remove any mention of the waiting_stream hackLoïc Hoguin
2017-06-28Remove outdated multipart testsLoïc Hoguin
They have equivalents in req_SUITE.
2017-02-19Change the order of set_resp_cookie argumentsLoïc Hoguin
The Opts value is put last, to be more consistent with the rest of the cowboy_req module. Additionally a test handler was fixed which reduced the number of errors in http_SUITE.
2017-02-18Allow passing options to sub protocolsLoïc Hoguin
Before this commit we had an issue where configuring a Websocket connection was simply not possible without doing magic, adding callbacks or extra return values. The init/2 function only allowed setting hibernate and timeout options. After this commit, when switching to a different type of handler you can either return {module, Req, State} or {module, Req, State, Opts} where Opts is any value (as far as the sub protocol interface is concerned) and is ultimately checked by the custom handlers. A large protocol like Websocket would accept only a map there, with many different options, while a small interface like loop handlers would allow passing hibernate and nothing else. For Websocket, hibernate must be set from the websocket_init/1 callback, because init/2 executes in a separate process. Sub protocols now have two callbacks: one with the Opts value, one without. The loop handler code was largely reworked and simplified. It does not need to manage a timeout or read from the socket anymore, it's the job of the protocol code. A lot of unnecessary stuff was therefore removed. Websocket compression must now be enabled from the handler options instead of per listener. This means that a project can have two separate Websocket handlers with different options. Compression is still disabled by default, and the idle_timeout value was changed from inifnity to 60000 (60 seconds), as that's safer and is also a good value for mobile devices.
2016-08-10Use binary_to_integer instead of to list and backLoïc Hoguin
2016-08-10Update the multipart reading interfaceLoïc Hoguin
Now named read_part/read_part_body, with a verb indicating action.
2016-08-10Add tests for responses and request body readingLoïc Hoguin
This is a large commit. The cowboy_req interface has largely changed, and will change a little more. It's possible that some examples or tests have not been converted to the new interface yet. The documentation has not yet been updated. All of this will be fixed in smaller subsequent commits. Gotta start somewhere...
2016-03-05Initial commit with connection/streamsLoïc Hoguin
Breaking changes with previous commit. This is a very large change, and I am giving up on making a single commit that fixes everything. More commits will follow slowly adding back features, introducing new tests and fixing the documentation. This change contains most of the work toward unifying the interface for handling both HTTP/1.1 and HTTP/2. HTTP/1.1 connections are now no longer 1 process per connection; instead by default 1 process per request is also created. This has a number of pros and cons. Because it has cons, we also allow users to use a lower-level API that acts on "streams" (requests/responses) directly at the connection process-level. If performance is a concern, one can always write a stream handler. The performance in this case will be even greater than with Cowboy 1, although all the special handlers are unavailable. When switching to Websocket, after the handler returns from init/2, Cowboy stops the stream and the Websocket protocol takes over the connection process. Websocket then calls websocket_init/2 for any additional initialization such as timers, because the process is different in init/2 and websocket_*/* functions. This however would allow us to use websocket_init/2 for sending messages on connect, instead of sending ourselves a message and be subject to races. Note that websocket_init/2 is optional. This is all a big change and while most of the tests pass, some functionality currently doesn't. SPDY is broken and will be removed soon in favor of HTTP/2. Automatic compression is currently disabled. The cowboy_req interface probably still have a few functions that need to be updated. The docs and examples do not refer the current functionality anymore. Everything will be fixed over time. Feedback is more than welcome. Open a ticket!
2015-05-05Add rfc7230 test suite and update others to recent GunLoïc Hoguin
This is a large commit. The rfc7230 test suite adds many tests from the RFC7230 document. Gun has been updated quite a bit recently, which broke the Cowboy suites. This is now fixed with this commit. A new hook onfirstrequest has been added. It was very useful during debugging of the test suites. The initial process code has changed a little; more changes are expected with the switch to maps for options.
2015-02-16Do not send empty chunksLoïc Hoguin
User code may sometimes send an empty value which gets understood by the client as being the end of the stream while this was not intended. Ignoring empty values allow making sure the stream isn't ended by mistake.
2015-02-04Use cowlib for parsing headers; remove cowboy_httpLoïc Hoguin
2014-11-07Rename 'halt' to 'stop' for better consistencyLoïc Hoguin
Now everywhere in Cowboy when we want to stop something we return a 'stop' tuple instead of one of the many choices depending on context that we had before. This particular change affects middlewares, sub protocols and REST handlers which were using 'halt' to stop processing.
2014-11-07Rename 'shutdown' close reason and tuples to 'stop'Loïc Hoguin
The 'shutdown' atom has a specific meaning inside OTP. We are instead going to use 'stop' which is pretty much the equivalent of what we actually do. 'shutdown' is now reserved for future special processes implementation.
2014-10-04Reverse the order of arguments of match_* functionsLoïc Hoguin
Wasn't following the same order as the rest of the module.
2014-09-30Improve handler interface and documentationLoïc Hoguin
This change simplifies a little more the sub protocols mechanism. Aliases have been removed. The renaming of loop handlers as long polling handlers has been reverted. Plain HTTP handlers now simply do their work in the init/2 callback. There is no specific code for them. Loop handlers now follow the same return value as Websocket, they use ok to continue and shutdown to stop. Terminate reasons for all handler types have been documented. The terminate callback is now appropriately called in all cases (or should be). Behaviors for all handler types have been moved in the module that implement them. This means that cowboy_handler replaces the cowboy_http_handler behavior, and similarly cowboy_loop replaces cowboy_loop_handler, cowboy_websocket replaces cowboy_websocket_handler. Finally cowboy_rest now has the start of a behavior in it and will have the full list of optional callbacks defined once Erlang 18.0 gets released. The guide has been reorganized and should be easier to follow.
2014-09-26Unify the init and terminate callbacksLoïc Hoguin
This set of changes is the first step to simplify the writing of handlers, by removing some extraneous callbacks and making others optional. init/3 is now init/2, its first argument being removed. rest_init/2 and rest_terminate/2 have been removed. websocket_init/3 and websocket_terminate/3 have been removed. terminate/3 is now optional. It is called regardless of the type of handler, including rest and websocket. The return value of init/2 changed. It now returns {Mod, Req, Opts} with Mod being either one of the four handler type or a custom module. It can also return extra timeout and hibernate options. The signature for sub protocols has changed, they now receive these extra timeout and hibernate options. Loop handlers are now implemented in cowboy_long_polling, and will be renamed throughout the project in a future commit.
2014-09-24Small tweak from erlang:error/1 to error/1Loïc Hoguin
2014-09-23Breaking update of the cowboy_req interfaceLoïc Hoguin
Simplify the interface for most cowboy_req functions. They all return a single value except the four body reading functions. The reply functions now only return a Req value. Access functions do not return a Req anymore. Functions that used to cache results do not have a cache anymore. The interface for accessing query string and cookies has therefore been changed. There are now three query string functions: qs/1 provides access to the raw query string value; parse_qs/1 returns the query string as a list of key/values; match_qs/2 returns a map containing the values requested in the second argument, after applying constraints and default value. Similarly, there are two cookie functions: parse_cookies/1 and match_cookies/2. More match functions will be added in future commits. None of the functions return an error tuple anymore. It either works or crashes. Cowboy will attempt to provide an appropriate status code in the response of crashed handlers. As a result, the content decode function has its return value changed to a simple binary, and the body reading functions only return on success.
2014-07-12Remove deprecated body reading interfaceLoïc Hoguin
2014-06-10Allow users to pass a raw binary() as the expires header.Drew Varner
2014-06-02Add request body reading optionsLoïc Hoguin
The options were added to allow developers to fix timeout issues when reading large bodies. It is also a cleaner and easier to extend interface. This commit deprecates the functions init_stream, stream_body and skip_body which are no longer needed. They will be removed in 1.0. The body function can now take an additional argument that is a list of options. The body_qs, part and part_body functions can too and simply pass this argument down to the body call. There are options for disabling the automatic continue reply, setting a maximum length to be returned (soft limit), setting the read length and read timeout, and setting the transfer and content decode functions. The return value of the body and body_qs have changed slightly. The body function now works similarly to the part_body function, in that it returns either an ok or a more tuple depending on whether there is additional data to be read. The body_qs function can return a badlength tuple if the body is too big. The default size has been increased from 16KB to 64KB. The default read length and timeout have been tweaked and vary depending on the function called. The body function will now adequately process chunked bodies, which means that the body_qs function will too. But this means that the behavior has changed slightly and your code should be tested properly when updating your code. The body and body_qs still accept a length as first argument for compatibility purpose with older code. Note that this form is deprecated and will be removed in 1.0. The part and part_body function, being new and never having been in a release yet, have this form completely removed in this commit. Again, while most code should work as-is, you should make sure that it actually does before pushing this to production.
2014-04-26Make loop handlers work with SPDYLoïc Hoguin
Adds a loop_handler test suite that runs all tests under HTTP, HTTPS, SPDY each with and without the compress option enabled. Fixes output filtering that used to filter more than it should have. This forces us to parse the string sent by the emulator, which means it's probably not perfect yet. But it should at least not hide errors we want to see. Fix a crash in the output filtering code that entirely disabled output. Now when there is a crash the normal tty output is restored. Handlers are now in test/handlers/ as they can be reused between suites. Only generate a single certificate for the whole ct run to speed things up when we got many different test groups each needing certificates.
2014-04-21Silence expected test error reports from the console outputLoïc Hoguin
The errors are still logged by common_test to the report it creates. The process that is going to crash has to call cowboy_error_h:ignore/3 with the MFA where the crash is expected to occur for it to be ignored. Gun retry failures are also ignored. Only unexpected crashes are printed.
2014-03-24Remove cowboy_client; use gun for the HTTP test suiteLoïc Hoguin
2014-02-06Add and document the new multipart codeLoïc Hoguin
The old undocumented API is removed entirely. While a documentation exists for the new API, it will not be considered set in stone until further testing has been performed, and a file upload example has been added. The new API should be a little more efficient than the old API, especially with smaller messages.
2013-11-18Fix loop handler keepalive race conditionJames Fish
Previously if a loop handler received the timeout message from a previous request on the same connection the socket would be set to {active, once} incorrectly - when a socket packet was already in the message queue. This second packet would not be added to the buffer before a Handler:info/3 call if a user message was in the message queue before both socket packets.
2013-11-08Add a workaround to disable chunked transfer-encodingAdrian Roe
This is an undocumented workaround to disable chunks when using HTTP/1.1. It can be used when the client advertises itself as HTTP/1.1 despite not understanding the chunked transfer-encoding. Usage can be found looking at the test for it. When activated, Cowboy will still advertise itself as HTTP/1.1, but will send the body the same way it would if it was HTTP/1.0.
2013-09-09Fix value for header content-encoding in a testLoïc Hoguin
Not that it matters for the test, but still.
2013-09-03add some tests for Host header parserYAMAMOTO Takashi
2013-05-31In content-types, the charset parameter is converted to lowercaseLoïc Hoguin
We know this specific parameter is case insensitive so we automatically lowercase it to make things simpler to the developer.
2013-05-16Make the return value of AcceptResource callback consistentLoïc Hoguin
2013-05-01Update Ranch to 0.8.2 and use ct_helper for testing SSLLoïc Hoguin
2013-04-28Merge branch 'chunked-set-resp-body-fun' of git://github.com/fishcakez/cowboyLoïc Hoguin
2013-04-26Add chunked response body funJames Fish
Adds a new type of streaming response fun. It can be set in a similar way to a streaming body fun with known length: Req2 = cowboy_req:set_resp_body_fun(chunked, StreamFun, Req) The fun, StreamFun, should accept a fun as its single argument. This fun, ChunkFun, is used to send chunks of iodata: ok = ChunkFun(IoData) ChunkFun should not be called with an empty binary or iolist as this will cause HTTP 1.1 clients to believe the stream is over. The final (0 length) chunk will be sent automatically - even if it has already been sent - assuming no exception is raised. Also note that the connection will close after the last chunk for HTTP 1.0 clients.
2013-04-26Move a test resource where it belongsLoïc Hoguin
2013-04-24Reorganize the http test suiteLoïc Hoguin
2013-04-22Move SSL test certificates in a subdirectoryLoïc Hoguin
2011-04-08Initial work on a ct test suite for the HTTP protocol.Loïc Hoguin
Handles two basic tests for both HTTP and HTTPS. Also renames 'make test' into 'make tests'.